NRL referees' boss Robert Finch has conceded his officials made two errors, costing Manly and Parramatta points in Sunday's match at Parramatta Stadium. Finch says the referees erred in awarding Manly's first try and an obstruction penalty should have been awarded to the Eels. He also says the final pass for centre Joel Reddy's crucial try for Parramatta was forward. Sea Eagles' coach Des Hasler blasted the match officials after his side's 24-20 loss. "I'm pretty disappointed with the team's performance yesterday afternoon," Finch told reporters on Monday. "There were two incidents in this game which led to points - the first being the first try that Manly scored which was clearly a breach of the key indicators. "An obstruction should have been awarded against the Manly side and a penalty to the Eels." "And the (Joel Reddy) try that the Eels scored ... the last part was clearly forward." Finch said a decision on whether touch judge Gavin Reynolds would be dropped for round three would be made on Tuesday.